All Pages now allows you to rename pages

12 Nov

Last week we announced the improved ‘All Pages’, where you can locate all of the wiki pages that you created. After reviewing the page and listening to your feedback, we happy to bring back the ‘rename page’ option.

On the new ‘All Pages’ you are now able to delete and rename individual pages.


To see the new AllPages or rename a wiki page, click “Show all pages� at the bottom of your wiki (or visit

5 Responses to “All Pages now allows you to rename pages”

  1. Michael Brutsch November 12, 2007 at 6:31 pm #

    It’s still faster and easier to rename them from the link on the bottom of the page.

  2. Jeroen Bosman November 16, 2007 at 6:04 am #

    Unfortunately there is no way to change the name of the frontpage and also it is not possible to get rid of the word “frontpage”on your homepage… or is there? BTW PBwiki is great!

  3. Ned November 16, 2007 at 9:32 pm #

    I set up my Pbwiki account some days ago, before it is divided into Education, Business, and Individual catergory. However, I can’t login to MyPbwiki now, and can only change the stuff on my page using the password.

  4. jcchurch December 8, 2007 at 3:58 pm #

    That’s an excellent update to Pbwiki. Could you please add a way to modify the tags on each page from the AllPages link?

  5. Anne Boudreault December 19, 2007 at 7:14 am #

    It would be great if I could translate every part of my wiki, including such page names as Front Page (like Ned said) and buttons — I understand the consistency issue, but since I am a translator, I have to apologize to my collaborators and readers for the non-translated parts of my wiki and it’s too bad.

    Other than that, I love my wiki(s) and I am looking forward to see the 2008 improvements. Happy New Year to you all!

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